Joining a Saint Martin's club is an excellent way to get involved,
explore interests, express yourself, make new friends and have fun!
Choose from one of the many clubs below, or if you don't see something
you like, find two other people who share your passion and create your
ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) builds a
concrete canoe each year as part of a national
competition. We do the mix design of the light weight
concrete and construct the canoe from start to finish to
compete against schools like University of Washington,
Washington State University, and Oregon State University
To join, please contact Hopie Lopez in Cebula Hall.
For additional information about ASCE, you may email
For more information on the Badminton club, please contact
For more information on the Biology club, please contact
For more information on BSU, please contact the
Our goal is to educate and inspire students and our community
about the world of Chemistry and how it applies to everyday life.
To join our club, email Britney Bradley, Russ Deal, or Lindsay
Andersen for information, or we have our club meetings Thursdays at 10AM
in room 104.
For further information, contact
As the name Chinese Dragon Club implies, our club aims to bring
together people who are interested in Chinese culture and customs. We
promote our traditional culture with a Spring Festival Gala, the most
important festival in Chinese culture and offer Chinese international students
a place to come together and feel at home.
How to get involved
We hold a club meeting every month
to get to know each other and discuss what activities we will hold in
For more information please email: Yixin Mei or
For information on Circle K, please contact
For information on the French club, please contact
The Hui `O Hawai`i club strives to share the Hawaiian culture with
Saint Martin's University and the outside community.
Throughout the year we hold fun events and activities,
especially our annual Luau, to share our values.
To get involved you can contact our ui `O Hawai`i club
board by emailing us at
email@example.com or follow us on SMU Hui `O
or hui_o_hawaii on Instagram.
For additional information contact Hui `O Hawai`i
club Secretary Jaime Rosenberg at
For information on the International club, please contact
We, the members of LGBTQA, in order to fulfill Saint Martin’s
University’s mission of honoring “both the sacredness of the individual
and the significance of community in the ongoing journey of becoming”
seek to create a club that supports and advocates for minority members
of the Saint Martin’s Community and do affirm and establish this
Constitution and these Bylaws.
LGBTQA provides a safe and healthy
environment for the LBGTQ community and its allies in order to learn and
educate about homophobia, transphobia, gender identity, various sexual
orientations and discrimination in our community.
To get involved contact: Omar Santana.
The purpose of the Math Club is to spread the joy of mathematics
throughout the SMU campus and to be a resource for all students
interested in mathematics and related fields.
If you'd like to get
involved you can come to the weekly meetings on Tuesdays (different for
each semester). If you're unable to make the meetings you can still be an active
For additional information contact
For information on the Psychology club, please contact
S.A.M.E. (Society of American Military Engineers)
Sigma Tau Delta (English Honor Society) is a club that promotes
creative writing, scholarship and love of literature. We host poetry
readings, author visits, writing workshops and more.
Each Spring, we
publish SMUniverse, a journal that showcases students' creative writing,
art and photography. Come check out our meetings and see what we're all
Everyone is welcome - not just English majors! Sigma Tau Deltans have
a wide variety of academic majors and interests. To get involved, just
contact Dr. Olson and/or come to a meeting!
Brittany Blake - acting co- president:
The Saint Martin’s Sustainability Club focuses on raising
awareness among the SMU community and beyond concerning issues of
sustainability (environmental, social, and economic). This is
accomplished through projects and events in which individuals have the
opportunity to make connections between sustainability and their
Contact Annabel Warnell,
Dalia Pedro, or
to learn more about how to get involved.
For information on the Veterans club, please contact